Complete COVID-19 Testing

Includes:

  • Antibody testing for IgM and IgG antibodies
  • Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing
  • A health professional to collect your samples
  • All materials necessary to collect samples
  • Shipping to our CLIA-certified labs
  • Access your results through our mobile app

What We Offer

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PCR testing:

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests directly detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the virus responsible for COVID-19. They indicate who is currently infected, whether symptoms have not yet developed or the individual being tested is asymptomatic.

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Antibody testing:

Antibody tests detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 antibodies, the presence of which indicates that the body has had an immune response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. They indicate whether an individual has had a prior infection.

How it Works

1

We come to you

We send a health professional to collect your samples and guide you through the process

2

Bring your phone

You sign up, register your kit, and receive instructions through your phone

3

We handle the rest

We not only collect samples, but also ship them to our partner labs for you

4

Get your results

Access your results easily and securely through our mobile app

Our Antibody Test

IgM

When a virus is detected by our immune system, the first antibodies produced are Immunoglobulin M (IgM) antibodies. These antibodies are secreted by our immune system to fight the disease. Their presence likely indicates infection. However, antibody testing may not be able to tell you if you are currently infected because it can take up to 2 weeks after infection to develop antibodies to SARS-CoV-2.



IgG

As the body’s antibody response matures, IgM antibodies are gradually replaced by another class of antibodies, immunoglobulin G (IgG). IgG antibodies are built to beat the virus if they attack us again in the future. Clinically, measured IgG antibodies are generally considered to be indicative of an individual’s immune status to particular viruses.

FAQ?

Coronavirus vs. SARS-CoV-2 vs. COVID-19: What’s the difference?

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How does the virus spread?

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How does the body protect itself from a virus?

To fight a virus, the immune system uses antibodies secreted by plasma cells (cells derived from B lymphocytes). Antibodies are the main blood immunoglobulin. In technical terms, the virus is called an antigen. Thus, a virus that enters the body can behave as an antigen, that is to say, cause the production of special proteins: antibodies, which have the property of neutralizing the harmful effects of the foreign substance or microbe and the toxins they produce. In doing so, the body becomes refractory to the invading agent: it becomes immune (*4). Once immunized, the body uses its antibodies to neutralize the foreign substance and its effects.

Why a serological (antibody) test?

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What does MyMark offer?

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Why MyMark?

Best Practices and Partnerships

We only use FDA-approved, reliable, and well-established at-home collection methods and materials, while making sure the process is quick, easy, and non-invasive. Our tests meet the highest standards for at-home collection and are approved by local board-certified physicians.

Highest Quality Labs

We only partner with CLIA-certified and CAP-accredited labs, which means they meet some of the highest standards for clinical testing.

Most Affordable

We are the most affordable option by far for what we offer. We truly believe that the information we provide should be accessible to everyone and our mission is to continue to offer our products at the lowest price possible.